For British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond democracy is “militarily inefficient”

It tough on guys like Hammond to please his banker and MIC masters by stirring up more conflict and destruction (like the wonderful job the UK did in Libya), when you have the citizens opposed such sociopathic whims.

Via Sputnik News Agency…

“We as a nation and as part of an alliance in NATO must think about how we deal with the challenge of our relatively cumbersome decision-making processes,” Hammond said citing Russian agility in crises as quoted by the Financial Times on Tuesday.

He added that Western governments “need to get buy-in for any action from a wide range of actors — buy-in from the media, buy-in from parliament and buy-in from the public.”

Hammond provided an example of a 2013 vote by the UK parliament against the country’s participation in military action in Syria.

“[We see] Iraq and Syria as a single theatre with a limited set of permissions which stop at an artificial borderline. That is militarily inefficient…It is difficult to see how Daesh will be effectively militarily defeated without being defeated in its home base of Raqa [in Syria].”


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